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I assume you ant to connect your tablet to the internet.To do so, yu need a hotspot, or a router with internet access. That could be in a public place (starbucks) or at home. But when you want to connect at home, you have to create your own hotspot to the net. Try to contact a provider, to find out how you can connect to the net. Cable DSL, or even with 3G or 4G.
It could be a problem with your internet connection; wireless connection is always slower than ethernet. Try moving to another part of the house (closer to your wireless router) or testing the internet speed. You can test your speed at www.speedtest.net
You need to contact your cell phone service provider and check out their various Internet and phone plans then select one that suits your requirements. They will provide you with connection and setup instructions.
Are you sure you have a working Internet Connection on the Tab. If you are not connected to WiFi or using Mobile Data, the Tab won't be able to contact Google's internet servers to authenticate you. If you are connected, try disconnecting and reconnecting in case the connection is broken.
If the connection is fine, make sure Google is accessible and try the login again.
Hope this helps,
If you sync with an Exchange server of some kind, your outlook contacts should be synced to that server. If that is the case, add the Exchange server to your iPad under Settings>Mail, Contacts, Calendar>Add Account. Then, make sure the slider switch beside Contacts is set to 'On'. If you are not connected to an Exchange server, you can always try syncing to another service like Google Contacts and use that service's sync functions to bring the contacts on to your iPad.
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